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After 1915, all Edison records were disc mastered. Blue Amberols were dubbed from disc pressings, and the only direct-mastered cylinders from there on out were reissues of direct-mastered ones.
This happens to be a test pressing of Joe Rosey's "Beela Boola", by the Electric City 4 on Edison matrix 7596-B, recorded October 20/9, 1920. Notice the improved clarity over the
dubbed Blue Amberol version, from the Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project.
This disc version is from http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/12657.
Unfortunately, this disc was never released, but the Thomas Edison's Attic Transfer is here.
This audio is part of the collection: 78 RPMs & Cylinder Recordings
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Artist/Composer: Electric City 4
Keywords: Electric City 4; Electric City Four; Edison; Diamond; Disc; Diamond Disc; vertically cut; 1920; 1921; cylinder; record; Blue Amberol; Blue; Amberol78rpm; 80rpm; 78rpm disc; 80rpm disc
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|Beela Boola [disc] by the Electric City 4 (1920)||
|Beela Boola [dubbed cylinder] by the Electric City 4 (1921)||
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